91.9 fm Boston, Worcester, Falmouth
91.7 fm Newburyport, Stow, Marshfield
88.7 fm Milford, NH
1170 am Orleans
Diversity not only reflects the community of our listener base, but also a dynamic workspace that fosters creativity and excellence. WUMB strives to not only provide programming that reflects our vastly diverse listener base, from urban to rural and multi-continental, but also the diversity of the staff we employee. Our announcers are encouraged to engage the listener with their thoughts and stories on the air and to share information about themselves via their bio pages on our website.
WUMB Radio also employees students, both local to the urban Boston area, as well as students hailing from states around the country, from both urban and rural communities, in our year-long work/study program. We have also furthered our commitment to the diversity we find in our community, from religion to politics to music other than folk/Americana by instituting a student run, student programmed online radio station. The channel content can be anything the student chooses, so long as it fits FCC requirements, from religion, politics, sports and talk radio to world and popular music.
In this coming 2017 fiscal year, we will be expanding the UMass Boston student concerts, as well as offering an internship to the student body to assist in putting together these music events. We will also continue to offer space on the student Beacon Radio internet station.
In FY2016 we expanded our on campus concerts to the student body of UMass Boston and we also brought our Member Concerts to different communities outside of the immediate Boston area. Both of these endeavors were highly successful, allowing us in this fiscal year to continue expanding our relationships both in the immediate community and outer Boston area. In FY2017 we will be holding a 2 day Traditional American Music Symposium to be opened to the public that will have educational participatory workshops and lectures, as well as concerts showcasing the history of American Music.Management
|General Manager:||Patty Domeniconi
|Program & Music Director:||Jay Moberg
|Membership Services Coordinator:||Anita Lee
*Except for the Student Trustees, all appointments are made by the Governor.WUMB Community Advisory Board
The Community Advisory Board is made up of members who represent the diversity of our listeners and local community, with the charge of assisting and advising the radio stations's General Manager with fundraising, outreach and community service. The Council members represent a geographic diversity reflecting the stations listening areas.
All meetings are held on the UMass Boston Campus in the Healy Library, lower level.
You can reach the WUMB Community Advisory Board at email@example.com.Public Documents
Click below to download public documents for annual reports and filings.Annual Audit Statements CPB Annual Financial Reports (AFR) CPB Station Activities Surveys (SAS)